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Fatigue and its management in the workplace.
Caldwell JA, et al. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 2019 - Review. PMID 30391406 Free article.
Fatigue and workplace sleepiness are consequences of modern industrial society. Fatigue is a complex biological phenomenon that occurs as a function of time awake, time-of-day, workload, health, and off-duty lifestyle. ...Excessive sleepiness in the workplace and on highways is a serious safety hazard, and insufficient or disrupted sleep results in numerous accidents and adverse mental and physical health outcomes. ...
Fatigue and workplace sleepiness are consequences of modern industrial society. Fatigue is a complex biological phenomenon that occur …
Physical risk factors for developing non-specific neck pain in office workers: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Jun D, et al. Int Arch Occup Environ Health 2017 - Review. PMID 28224291
., lifestyle activity, muscular strength, and posture) and workplace (e.g., ergonomics and work environment) physical factors associated with the development of non-specific neck pain in office workers. ...Low satisfaction with the workplace environment (pooled RR 1.28; CI 1.07-1.55), keyboard position close to the body [pooled RR 1.46; (CI 1.07-1.99)], low work task variation [RR 1.27; CI (1.08-1.50)] and self-perceived medium/high muscular tension (pooled RR 2.75/1.82; CI 1.60 /1.14-4.72/2.90) were found to be risk factors for the development of neck pain. ...
., lifestyle activity, muscular strength, and posture) and workplace (e.g., ergonomics and work environment) physical factors associa …
Workplace Resilience.
[No authors listed] Work 2016. PMID 27341518
Employing positive psychology to improve radiation therapy workplace culture.
Hunter D, et al. J Med Radiat Sci 2019. PMID 30710429 Free PMC article.
Factors contributing to burnout and attrition amongst Australian Radiation Therapists will be explored, and a number of leadership strategies will be introduced to improve workplace culture. These strategies - aligned with positive psychology - seek to address staff engagement, emotional needs, and job stressors....
Factors contributing to burnout and attrition amongst Australian Radiation Therapists will be explored, and a number of leadership strategie …
Workplace bullying in emergency nursing: Development of a grounded theory using situational analysis.
Wolf LA, et al. Int Emerg Nurs 2018. PMID 28958419
DISCUSSION: Workplace bullying is a significant factor in the dynamics of patient care, nursing work culture, and nursing retention. ...An assessment of hospital work environments should include nurse perceptions of workplace bullying, and interventions should focus on effective managerial processes for handling workplace bullying. ...
DISCUSSION: Workplace bullying is a significant factor in the dynamics of patient care, nursing work culture, and nursing retention. …
Bias in Obstetrician-Gynecologists' Workplaces
Chescheir NC and Benner RS. Obstet Gynecol 2018. PMID 30204693
Obstetrician-gynecologists (ob-gyns) face similar types of biases in the workplace as any people in society. In this first of three articles exploring this issue, we present the stories from ob-gyns who describe their experiences dealing with these biases. These stories serve to personalize the issue and to encourage us to personally face bias in the workplace to build our own resilience and strength, to support those who are personally attacked or diminished, and to develop workplace cultures that are inclusive, diverse, and strong....
Obstetrician-gynecologists (ob-gyns) face similar types of biases in the workplace as any people in society. In this first of three a …
The Work/Health Relationship
Weil AR. Health Aff (Millwood) 2017. PMID 28167704
I'll Go First
Kost A. Fam Med 2018. PMID 29933453 Free article.
Interventions in occupational health psychology.
Beehr TA. J Occup Health Psychol 2019. PMID 30714810
The set of studies in this issue focus on applied interventions in occupational health psychology (OHP), that is, interventions that are intended to treat employee health and well-being problems or prevent these problems from occurring in the first place. ...We can see that there are a variety of types of potential treatments in OHP, including interventions focusing on changing the employee, other people in the employee's workplace (supervisors or coworkers), the employee's job characteristics, or the organization's climate. ...
The set of studies in this issue focus on applied interventions in occupational health psychology (OHP), that is, interventions that …
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